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RimPy Mod Manager Database
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Mod, 1.0, 1.1, 1.2, 1.3
Tags: 1.10, 1.9, 1.8, 1.7, 1.6, 1.5, 1.4
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Aug 28, 2019 @ 7:30am
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RimPy Mod Manager Database

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Description

This is a database for RimPy Mod Manager. You need to download an app to actually use all of it benefits (check Download section below). Database contains latest information about mods and latest versions of community made auto sorting rules. You should not put Database in your active mod list, because it contains o useful data for game itself, only data needed for RimPy Mod Manager.
The benefits of RimPy are as follows:

  • Automatic mod sorting
  • Manual mod sorting (move up/down, drag/drop)
  • Mod list management (create, save, load different mod lists)
  • Mod update log (shows which mods recently updated)
  • Mod filtering (name, author, mod path, packageId, color code or supported game version)
  • Mod context menu (open folder/url, change color, create sorting rule, etc...)
  • Steam and Local modpack creation
  • Mod pack management (install several mod packs and run them independently with different settings)
  • Run game from the Rimpy Mod Manager
  • Rimworld Mod Downloader from Steam Workshop (for non-steam versions of the game)
  • Rimworld Mod Updater (for non-steam versions of the game)
  • Notifications and checks to make changes as safe as possible
  • Windows and Linux support (Debian tested)


Download latest Windows/Linux release
[github.com]



English Video Tutorial by Dr_Zhivago:
RimPy Mod Manager Tutorial

English Tutorial by Dr_Zhivago:
RimPy Mod Manager Basic Tutorial[imgur.com]

English Tutorial by Gadgetguy from Discord:
RimPy Mod Manager for Linux Tutorial

Chinese Tutorial by HawnHan:
RimPy Mod Manager使用指南——集排序、管理、下载于一身的优秀工具


DO NOT EXPECT RIMPY TO SORT YOUR MODS ACCORDING TO WELL KNOWN GUIDE!!!
It will sort them differently and that is normal behaviour, read below about how sorting will be done.

First: Alphabetically
This allows mod lists to be standardized and will help with bug reports.
Contrary to some belief, alphabetized mod lists are 100% ok.
Every mod must be loaded according to a few things:
-Known dependencies are loaded above their dependent mods (Library mods like Harmony for example)
-Known conflicting mods are loaded above/below each other as specified by author/s
-Known incompatible mods are not loaded together

Second: Reads Vanilla Data
This is the information in the About.xml
This is the same information the Vanilla auto-sort feature uses.

Third: Manifest Files from Fluffy's Mod Manager
Some mods still support these files, but may be considered obsolete due to the newer vanilla sorting features.

Fourth: Steam Data
When a mod author states a mods' dependencies on Steam, RimPy reads it.
This may be considered outdated or inaccurate in some cases.

Fifth: Custom and Community Rules
Rules made by users like you!
Reviewed and then submitted into this mod.
This is also when your own locally made custom rules are implemented.
That means you can make RimPy sort mods however you want, automatically, once you make your own rules.


If you have problems with RimPy try these steps:
- Restart PC
- Reinstall videocard driver
- Report bugs at this link

I get errors when I enable this mod. Fix it!
This Steam mod contains the database of rules that modders and the community have made. Download the mod and keep it unloaded for the database, or choose not to use it.


Fluffy
For his great mods. This program uses Manifest.xml files implemented by him with Mod Manager. The pioneer in autosorting, before RimWorld and Ludeon even had it.
Dr_Zhivago
For helping with Steam, giving ideas, troubleshooting and creating this great description and tutorial!
Abbanon
For general support and making our amazing discord below!
[discord.com]
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HacKan Jul 31 @ 9:59am 
@paladin cool! gonna send u an issue. there are a couple of failures i'm noticing in windows that should be easy fixes :)
Paladin  [author] Jul 31 @ 9:54am 
@HacKan, do you need sources for that? I mean building a DEB, RPM, AUR packages? Apparantly, I am not ready to release sources. But if you want to help, you may contactme via PM and/or create github issue ticket.
B Jul 30 @ 11:14pm 
he she says no it's his let it go.
HacKan Jul 29 @ 7:12pm 
Hey guys, have u thought on releasing the code? making it open source? that way we could help w/ it, as well w/ creating packages for distros and stuff
Paladin  [author] Jul 27 @ 2:59am 
No, I didn't. I see no pros, just cons. Instead of publishing on github, I will have to publish that on AUR too. AUR is only for Arch, afaik. What about Debian like systems or RPM? They have repositories too, should I publish in there too? May you give some reasonable pros for doing that and cons of current in-built self updating in RimPy?
Sined Jul 27 @ 12:53am 
Have you looked into it at all? Its neither too complicated nor too time consuming. Also it is the proper way to release software for linux (or arch at least).
Paladin  [author] Jul 26 @ 10:31am 
I see no purpose for that. RimPy is self-contained and has autoupdater. Supporting other repositories will fail, because too time consuming.
Sined Jul 26 @ 5:33am 
I would highly recommend you make an actual package and upload it to the AUR. Instead of giving just the tarball.
Sarai Jul 24 @ 5:09pm 
@paladin thank you so very much! You are already a legend so thank you for this!
Kyrox Jul 24 @ 2:44pm 
@Paladin Thanks for the update! Rimpy seems to be working properly on my Steam Deck both in Desktop Mode and Deck mode. This is such a huge game changer. Thank you so much for your help and amazing program. ♥